Event Videos & Podcasts
On October 23rd, 2012 ASPP NY Chapter presented THE NEW COPYRIGHT ECONOMY with a Keynote Presentation by Chris Reed from the U.S. Copyright Office and a Panel Discussion led by Roy Kaufman from the Copyright Clearance Center, featuring Nancy Wolff (Partner, Cowan DeBaets Abrahams & Sheppard), Lynn Oberlander (General Counsel, The New Yorker Magazine), Shawn G. Henry (ASMP President) and Jackie Lissy Brustein, (VP Media Rights & Permissions, Bill Smith)
The New Copyright Economy Keynote Address, Part 1
Videos by Antonio M. Rosario
The event was sponsored by ASMP, Reuters, CDAS & Newscom
On Friday, April 27, 2012 ASPP Midwest presented a full day educational program, CHARTING A NEW COURSE: THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF IMAGE RIGHTS, to a full house of picture professionals hosted by Harrington College of Design in Chicago.Videos from the event are now available for viewing online in the ASPP Member Area.
Previews follow below:
Christopher Reed, Special Advisor to the Acting Register of Copyrights, US Copyright Office, Library of Congress - Copyright News from the Top – Update on Orphan Works Legislation.
Paul H. Henning Founder & CKO of StockAnswers and Jody Apap, Founder & CEO of KeywordSmart.com - Keywording: Art or Science?
Michael Ross, SVP Encyclopedia Britannica - Publishing in the Digital Age - Trading Print Dollars for Digital Cents.
On October 16th the West Chapter (Seattle) hosted a panel discussion on: "Stock License and Prices -- A Buyer's Perspective" at Art Wolfe's studio.
Over 60 people heard a panel of image buyers discuss their perspectives on the various licensing and pricing models (and a variety of other topics) in the stock world today.
- Tracy Guza - Visual Resource Manager - DDB Seattle
- Paula Cox, Production Coordinator, Hornall Anderson Design
- Philip Shaw, Creative Director, Golden Lasso
- Judy Mason, Freelance Photo Editor
- Jennifer Rasmussen, Virtuoso Travel
For anyone who wanted to attend but couldn't make it, or for attendees who want a permanent record, we have posted recordings of the entire session as 3 MP3 files, available here.
Our apologies - these three MP3 files are temporarily offline.
On April 7th 2010 the West Chapter (Seattle) hosted a panel discussion on: "Strategies for Successful Nature and Travel Stock: What Images do Clients License and Why?" at Adobe Corporation’s auditorium in the Fremont neighborhood.
A standing-room-only crowd of over 75 people heard a panel of image buyers and agents discuss provide real world information on creating images of Nature, Wildlife, and Travel with the maximum potential for being licensed and relicensed.
By examining dozens of specific images, the panel explained in detail why editors and creatives are apt to select—or reject— particular types of image. Top selling Nature and Travel images were also discussed.
- Kathleen Green: Bing
- Jodi Morrison: Starbucks
- Danita Delimont: Danita Delimont Stock Photography
- Carl Gronquist: Corbis
- Tom Wear: Getty Images
Mark Ippolito, Lenati
For anyone who wanted to attend but couldn't, or for attendees who want a permanent record, here are downloadable MP3's of the entire session:
The Seattle area of ASPP West hosted a major program on keywording on March 25, 2008. Held at the Photographic Center Northwest, where member Ray Pfortner is the Director of Education, Danita Delimont and Tom Wear moderated a panel of photo buyers followed by a panel of keywording professionals. With 86 people in attendance, it was obviously an important topic for many local industry colleagues. Danita noted "One of the biggest challenges is that we are merging the human brain and each individual's interpretation of an image, with the technology of the machine which has no interpretive powers at all!" It was a great relief for all to hear the buyer's panel comment on how they have a great deal of tolerance for inappropriate search results! We all know how wacky some of our search results can be!
The buyers and keyword programmer panels included:
Connie Bigelow, freelance Designer
Michael Hayes, Gallery Player, Senior Photo Editor Tom Hession-Herzog, Senior Designer, Image Ink Studio Kyle Shepard, Owner of TEAK Design Agency
Mary Forster, Director, Search Data Strategy at Getty Images Kevin LaTona, Photographer Kirsti O'Sullivan, Keywording.com Joseph Songco, (formerly w/Corbis, keywording for Veer) Savanah Stewart, Data Quality Manager, DanitaDelimont.com Andrew LaBonte, Senior Manager, Search Metadata, Corbis
On September 23rd, 2009, ASPP New York Chapter presented Nancy E. Wolff (partner at Cowan, DeBaets, Abraham & Shepard, LLP), who discussed the legal issues and market forces surrounding the Orphan Works Bill, the Google Books Settlement and its opponents, the movement to make everything free and other timely issues.